My Stamp Club met last Saturday, and one of the projects used the Love Of Leaves stamp set and coordinating dies, Stitched Leaves. I got the idea from awesome demonstrator, Mary Fish. I loved her idea so much I used it as is, but any Designer Series Paper could be used on the card – the possibilities are endless.
One thing I love about this card is that it is simple, but elegant at the same time.
The Stitched Leaves dies are amazing. The various leaves cut out both a positive and negative image, but there is another die that fits inside and cuts out a smaller coordinating shape, with detail of the veins of the leaf. I love the versatility the dies provide.
And what about that plaid! The plaid paper comes from the Plaid Tidings 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper, found on page 57 of the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog. The pack of paper has some beautiful color combinations, and coordinates with 16 of the Stampin’ Up!exclusive colors. You are sure to find a color combination you like.
The greeting “hello” is part of the stamp set. It was stamped with Pretty Peacock ink on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock, then punched out with the Classic Label punch. Then the ends were trimmed off by hand. This is a great time saver.
The Stampin’ Up! products I used on the card are –
Stamp Set: Love of Leaves, #153452. Purchase as a bundle with the Stitched Leaves Dies #155195 (save 10%)
Paper: Thick Whisper White cardstock, #140272; Whisper White cardstock #100730; Plaid Tidings 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper, #153527Ink: Pretty Peacock #150083
Other: Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine #149653 (available September 1, 2020); Stitched Leaves Dies #153567; Classic Label Punch #141491; Linen Thread #104199; Playing With Patterns Resin Dots #152467; Mini Glue Dots #103683; Multipurpose Liquid Glue #11075
If you want to order any of the products I used to make this card please log onto my Stampin’ Up! website at http://www.donnabagwell.stampinup.net
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